Updated: March 26, 2015 8:42:14 pm
When Indian vice captain Virat Kohli went out to bat against Australia in the World Cup semi finals, all eyes were on him. But he could not live upto the expectations and got out cheaply at 1.
But his girflriend Anushka Sharma, who was among the spectators at the Sydney Cricket Ground, became the target of twitterati.
Here are a few tweets:
— noozjooz (@literary_idiot) March 26, 2015
— Mohd Saifullah (@SaifTauheed) March 26, 2015
— Kripa Sharma (@Kripss11) March 26, 2015
True Love = Anushka Sharma traveling to Sydney to see Virat Kohli score 1 run. #CWC15
— Muhammad Osman Gul (@mosmangul) March 26, 2015
And no it isn’t Anushka Sharma’s fault. She didn’t distract nobody. Her idiot boyfriend thought 100 is written as 001. I feel for her.
— Shaoli Rudra (@shaolirudra) March 26, 2015
I take a pledge to Boycott all Anushka Sharma movies today onwards.
— Shailesh Dhar (@shaileshdhar) March 26, 2015
Aaj k haar Ki jemedari Anushka ne li….:P
— rajesh thakur (@thakurrajesh007) March 26, 2015
— nida fatima514 (@nidafatima514) March 26, 2015
Anushka Sharma flew all the way from Mumbai to Sydney to watch her boy Virat Kohli bowl 1 over, drop 1 catch, and score 1 run! #JodiNo1
— Aashish Khandelwal (@ak22999) March 26, 2015
— Chirag Bhaiya (@chiragbhaiya) March 26, 2015
— Chandu (@ChanduSbkaBandu) March 26, 2015
— Antigen (@Saadmalikster) March 26, 2015
Anushka Sharma waved her fans for her fans at the SCG, and Virat Kohli thought it was for him! xD :P #IndvsAus
— WarriorHighkaFAN3 (@Wontgiveitbackk) March 26, 2015
— Batman (@iambatmanyeah) March 26, 2015
If Dhoni does it now for India then Sakshi & NOT Anushka will be declared as the official Bhabi of India in Parliament tmrw #AUSvIND
— SunilB (@sunil1304) March 26, 2015
Dheele pad gaye sabke tevar….pitne lage anushka ke devar Losing it completely
— SanzSHALIAholic❤ (@mansiDdreamer) March 26, 2015
— Nivash (@nivashtweets) March 26, 2015
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